Star Chart App
Provide correctly and precisely star gazing through the smartphone while used by 30M+ users.
Star chart app working as a virtual planetarium. Point your device at the sky, and the app will show what exactly you are looking at. The app is perfect for armchair astronomer, and you can see a virtual window through your mobile.
Technologies Used by Star Chart
- Art of GPS technology
- Cutting-Edge Technology
- Real-time calculation
By using the above technologies this app can find out the current location of every star and planet visible from the earth even in the daytime.
If You Want to Know Star
- About the name of any star that shines bright.
- How the night sky looks to the people on the other side of the earth.
- Where your star sign is in the sky.
- Point and view.
- Finger gestures.
- Voice commands control.
- Support Dynamic device orientation.
- Show you over 120000 stars of northern and southern hemispheres.
- Search out all the planets of the solar system.
- Show 88 constellations in beautiful artwork.
- Include a full Messier catalog.
- Having a powerful time-shift feature. (move 10,000 times backward or forward)
- Calculate the brightness and distance of anything in the sky.
- Powerful zoom function, which shows you extra detail about the stars.
- Display only sky objects that you are interested in.
- Fully configurable and manually set your location
- Augmented reality mode only available if your device has a built-in compass.
- Doesn’t require internet access for regular uses. Internet is only needed for verifying the licensing, access support page, and external link.
- Custom city selection.
- Improved location setting.
- Improved visual appearance.
- Bug fixes.
- Category: Educational
- Developer: Escapist Game Limited
- File Size: Varies With Device
- Requires OS: Varies With Device
- Language: English
- Permissions: Location, Microphone, Storage
FAQs - Star Chart App
Star Chart is the best free star app for android and iPhone devices.
The Atacama Desert and Chile is the best location for stargazing.
According to German astronomer, VY Canis Majoris is the biggest star in the universe.